Year: 19th century
Size: 48" x 43"
Description: Large oil painting from the Song of Solomon depicting The Bride from the Pre-Raphaelite era in the 19th century. Lovely large-scale picture of the bride and her entourage on her wedding day. This piece was created about 1865 and is dated similarly to a composition by Rossetti that is currently housed in the Tate. It could be by another Pre-Raphaelite from the same era, a different commission, or further studio work by Rossetti that requires verification. displayed in a vintage Cassetta frame with an etched flower and foliage pattern. Origin: Newcastle Upon Tyne's Stone GalleryThe Late Ian Stephenson's Estate, of Laithes, Penrith, Cumbria Size: approximately 48" by 43" when framed
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